We want to ensure that Swingamajig is accessible and open to everyone who wants to attend. You are more than welcome to bring a personal assistant along with you should you require one, they will be provided with a complimentary ticket on entry, just bring along proof of receipt of DLA or PIP on the day. Before the event we would advise emailing Swingamajig at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can make sure you have all the information you need before the event.
We have several stages at Swingamajig, each with a programme of events throughout the day. The Main Stage, second stage, Night Owl and Vintage Bazaar are all accessible via their main entrances. The Cabaret Stage is accessible via the entrance on Adderley St, but please note there is a small (roughly 15cm) step up.
We have an accessible toilet next to the main block of portaloo’s on Lower Trinity Street. And a downstairs disabled toilet at the night owl. Toilets will be signposted but there will be stewards to point you in the right direction if you’re not sure where to go.
Parking / drop off
There is plenty of on-street parking in Digbeth and around the venues. There are also plenty of pay and display car parks in Digbeth, the nearest is on Heath Mill Lane (B9 4AL). If dropping off, we would recommend Allcock Street.
All of our stages will feature strobe lighting and special effects. As we are a festival that runs into the night and take places in various clubs and warehouses, we will endeavour to make sure walkways and paths are well lit, but please be aware due to the nature of some venues and performances it may be slightly darker in certain performance areas.
Guide dogs are allowed at the event, water will happily be provided by the bars if you are bringing a bowl along.
This year, we don’t have any viewing stations in the venues – it is something we’d love to have in future years so do check back for next time.